Ford GT40s are Lords of the Track

Classic Cars

Looking for something that'll brighten your day? Three all original Ford GT40s at Imola will certainly do the trick.

They sell for ridiculous amounts of money at auctions but those who buy them say they’re worth every penny. We can hardly disagree. The Ford GT40 is what Henry Ford II had his motorsports division cook up to beat Enzo Ferrari at Le Mans after the deal for Ford to buy Ferrari fell through at the last minute. Enzo humiliated Henry and the GT40 was the latter’s payback. And now car spotter Marchettino just happened to catch not one but three completely original GT40s in action at Imola.

To this day, the GT40 is considered by many to be one of the best cars ever created. No disagreement there.

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